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Tottenham to win
Spurs are unbeaten in all competitions since their 1-0 loss in the reverse fixture on 29 October, with that run including four wins from four at home.
Antwerp, meanwhile, have won just three of their eight matches since then, including just one of four on the road.
Both teams to score
Tottenham have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five in all competitions, but have conceded in three of their five matches in the Europa League group stage.
Antwerp have netted in eight of their ten matches on the road this season and, with the Spurs lineup likely to be rotated, they have a good chance of continuing that strong record on Thursday.
Carlos Vinicius to score
Vinicius scored his first goals for Spurs with a double in their 4-0 win over Ludogorets on matchday four, but has had his appearances limited by injury since then.
He should start on Thursday, though, and is a good bet to score should he do so.
Ritchie de Laet to be carded
Although de Laet wasn’t among the four Antwerp players booked in the reverse fixture, he is a prime candidate for a card on Thursday.
He has been booked five times in all competitions this season – the joint-most in the Antwerp squad.
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